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    It will be expensive though...
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    Doesn't the Athlon64 have an 800Mhz FSB ?
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    I would not know
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
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    Doesn't the Athlon64 have an 800Mhz FSB ?
    That's what's reported so far but here are 2 links that will explain a few things about the "Hammer" Family. ;)

    http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/...ily/index.html

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu.../athlon64.html

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    Ok kareemrush21 try this for size.

    Alloy Silver TurboGamer SX1040 Case 420w PSU = $99
    Atlon XP 2600+ = $169
    MSI K7N2- L nForce2 mobo = $82
    512MB Corsair XMS3200 = $137
    AMD cert. HSF + 3 extra case fans = $9
    WD JB800 HDD = $125
    Radeon 9500Pro 128MB = $185
    16x DVD = $35
    Z640 speakers = $75
    Floppy = $10
    Total = $967

    That should give ya something that can be easily worked with and from Cyberpower.

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    By the looks of it the sensor fits into a 5.25" bay and the 128MB vid card would relieve the main system a bit (especially in newer games). XP Pro has better networking and security features basically.

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    heh wiggo u didnt sell your 7+ to him, well then i must a 7+ is a great heatsink but its harder for hte p4 b/c of the clips...but there is ntohing like bulding your own computer, its jsut a satisfaction
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